Over the past four decades, we have spent an enormous amount of time in iterations of the same conversation: Why don’t we have racial equity in the United States of America? The dialogue is complicated, as we have come out of a history that was built with a type of normalized inequity built right into its psyche. It is here, at this moment in history, that we have the best opportunity to not only define equity — but to actually do something to operationalize it in how we live, learn, play and pray. Read More

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